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this such a brilliant year for the news about the country's politics. america, meet karl paladino, seeking office of governor. republican voters have never heard of karl paladino but he is locked in a virtual dead heat as the nomination for governor with a candidate named rick lazio, a person they have turned to again and again in new york. most recently he ran and lost very badly against hillary clinton in the year 2000 senate race this year, possibly by default, the state party tapped mr. lazio to run again, this time for new york state governor. now for mr. lazio, winning the general election against the probable democratic nominee, andrew cuomo, might prove to be as futile as his race against hillary clinton was. but it was supposed to be a foregone conclusion that rick lazio would at least get the chance to try, that he would at least make it to the general election, that he would at least be the republican nominee. instead, rick lazio might very well lose his chance to probably lose to andrew cuomo. take a look at this. this is how the republican race has trended over the past five months.
live shot to show you. this is another very excited campaign headquarters. carl paladino's headquarters. having defeated rick lazio, the establishment republican candidate for new york governor. we'll be talking much more about that race later on this hour. carl paladino beating rick lazio for the republican primary for governor in new york state. a shocking, shocking result here in new york state. again, christine o'donnell to fill the senate seat of joe biden. she now moves on to face chris kuhns in the general election. the republican party in delaware is left to figure out if they want to unite behind christine o'donnell as their new candidate. it is not necessarily an easy task given the party chairman recently proclaim she was not a viable candidate for any office in the state of delaware. she could not be elected dog catcher. the state party in delaware also ran robocalls against her today featuring her former campaign manager for one of her many senate campaigns. that campaign manager saying, in those robocalls, that christine o'donnell had lived off campaign donations for her p
with high unemployment and that's where a guy named carl paladino has found his base. >> i'm carl paladino. and i'm mad as hell. i'm a businessman. not a politician. i'm being falsely called a racist and worse. >> reporter: he's all over youtube. >> new yorkers are fed up. >> reporter: a wealthy developer who owns a good chunk of buffalo, new york, and never held any political office. >> this is going to be one hell of a year. >> reporter: for opponents, he's the stereotype of a renegade outsider. with tea party support. you're angry, you're loud, you're brash. you've said you're not politically correct. >> i'm not intimidatable, either. but i am angry, and that's okay. it's all right to show people that you're angry. it sort of gets the discussion going. >> reporter: who are you angry at? >> angry at a government that took advantage of the people. a government that is self-sustaining. >> reporter: in the suburbs and small towns that dot upstate new york, they've run out of paladino lawn signs. even his own people didn't anticipate he would have this much traction. most polls still show pa
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lazio in that race. a stunning result in the new york governor's race. carl paladino has enjoyed tea party support. he has made himself famous in this campaign because there was a publishing of hard pornographic e-mails that he sent to friends and political associates. the big news so far tonight is the major upset in the state of delaware where tea party favorite cristine o'donnell has defeated mike castle mr. castle thought to be a relative lock in that race just weeks ago. with 100% of precincts now reporting, she defeated mike castle 53-47%. the other big result tonight, carl palodino defeating rick lazio. that is being called by the associated press. that is the republican primary for the governorship in the state of new york. mr. palodino will face andrew cuomo. shortly after the o'donnell versus mike castle results became official in delaware, make castle, the defeated republican establishment candidate in that race, addressed his supporters at his headquarters. >> the last several weeks have been spirited. the voters have spoken and i respect that decision. i had a very nice
favorite rick lazio for the right to take on andrew cuomo. the question is can karl paladino at least make things interesting? we'll see. and just a couple of days after california gubernatorial candidate jerry brown brought up monica lewinsky, clinton endorses brown. will the campaign rivals and new best buds stand arm in arm on stage? way it too early for this. good morning, i'm willie geist and this is way too early, the show that rode a wave of anti-establishment sentiment into this job. i'm glad you're up with us this morning. shoot me an event mail at way too early at msnbc.com. let me know why you're awake. or you can come text the word awake followed by your response to 622639. we'll read the best responses later in the show. the next 30 minutes will be a cram session for this wednesday, september 15th. a lot to tell you about today, including charlie rangel brushesing off ethics charges to keep his seat and the mayor of washington, d.c. losing his. plus, a little extra inning drama for you in the battle for first place between the yankees and rays in tampa, the reeling yanks blew
'ristic? >> a candidate for new york governor plans to take out a reporter. carl paladino got into a heated exchange with new york post reporter, asking to prove paladino's accusation that his challenger, andrew kuomo had extra marital affairs. >> of course, i do. you'll get it at the appropriate time. you're not entitled to it. at the appropriate time you'll get it. >> you're his stalking horse. you're his bird dog. you send another goon to my daughter's house, you'll take me out. >> how are you going to do that? >> i've received a page and a half statement, let me read part of it. the new york post sent a photographer where his daughter lives of the and attempted to follow the girl to a playground. we believe this conduct puts carl's daughter in harm's way and goes on to say that fred may be on the payroll of the new york post but the outrageous bias is demonstrated again through his coverage of his campaign. every political observer knows his bias. let me ask a political reporter, chris smith with new york magazine. what is fred dicker's representation in terms of his coverage in albany? >> bias
about republican nominee carl paladino. now we are on the way of knowing way too much. an adult-sized version is worth sticking around for, i promise. [ woman ] so i protected my hair from styling damage using herbal essences shampoos and conditioners, all with damage protection serum. and dreamed i became a movie star. stressing my hair to get all the starring role looks... from touchable tousles... to sleek straight. [ female announcer ] clearly... someone's been doing the herbal! herbal essences with damage protection serum. >>> more of my exclusive interview with vice president joe biden coming up in a few minutes. >>> there are two great liberal frustrations aphorisms in liberal politicians. there is one, that democrats naul love while republicans fall in line. that means that democrats are always looking for perfection in their candidates because they want to believe their candidates are as perfect and pristine as a sunset in a rain in a cumulus cloud in the shape of a unicorn all at the same time. while republicans pick a candidate and get in line behind them no matter wh
candidate carl paladino is a republican developer. let's look at these numbers. 67% for the tea party carl paladino. 33%, a poor showing for rick lazio. anderson this has been holding up and that would be another big message here. carl paladino the tea party candidate saying this is an established republican. we will watch that as it plays out. and the d.c. mayoral race, no results. getting late. we're wondering where the votes are. the democratic incumbent, running against the chairman of the city council. his message has been the african-american mayor lost touch with the african-american community. school reform, cannot tell you anything at the moment. we would like for those numbers right there, we're ready to make a call and the new york republican governor's race. we're ready to make this call, cnn projecting a major upset tonight, carl paladino, the tea party candidate, cnn projects he will be the republican nominee for governor defeating the man who just weeks ago was not to be the favorite, rick lazio. carl paladino will face andrew cuomo in that race in new york state. the son of
, wait'll you hear the threat that karl paladino the governor running for new york, made last night. >> you send another goon to my daughter's house and i'll take you out buddy. >> how you going to do that? >> yeah. >> watch. >> there's more to this tape. by the way, who is this candidate that's threatening to take out people? and all the president's generals. how is president obama working with american generals in afghanistan? who's calling the shot? that's my question for bob woodward. >>> remember this scene when michele bachmann was so inspired by president bush that she wouldn't let him go at that state of the union. well, she's turned on bush in her latest ad. that's in "the sideshow." all of that is ahead. first, let's check in on the latest polls in the tight races around the country. for that we go to the "hardball" scoreboard. let's start with california. where a new ppi c poll shows what we've seen from other current polls. senator barbara boxer's building a strong lead over republican challenge, carly fiorina. up in alaska it looks like a real race now with republican j
york, a whole new bar for nastiness, paladino up against mario cuomo in this race, mixing it up with fred dicker, a newspaper reporter. here's part of that now: >> you're a stalking horse. you're a bird dog. you send another letter to my daughter's house, i'll take you out, buddy. >> you're going to take me out? how you going to do that? >> bill: paladino accusing reporters of going after his ten-year-old daughter and wait until you see what happens next. you'll see the rest of the confrontation. fred dicker is live, minutes from now, we'll get his version of the events then. >>> first, though, mcdonald's, not loving health care, that's the big question following reports that the fast-food chain is thinking about dropping coverage for its employees, and now the white house is stepping in and we're wondering why is that. good morning, i'm bill hemmer, welcome to "america's newsroom". good morning, martha, did the afternoon yesterday take care of you? martha: yes, thank you g. to be back, good morning, everybody, i'm martha maccallum, thank you for being with us today. here's the
governor is getting uglier with one candidate caught on camera threatening to take out a reporter. paladino, republican backed by the tea party got into a heated confrontation with hick last night. he asked paladino if he had evidence to prove his claim that opponent democrat andrew cuomo was cheating on his life. >> do you have any evidence for the charge you made? it's a simple question. >> of course i do. you're not entitled to it. at the appropriate time, you'll get it. >> msnbc contributor michael smerconish, before i get your thoughts, i want to put a little bit of paladino's statement. he said the nye post sent a photographer to his buffalo home where paladino's 10-year-old daughter lives her mother. he attempted to take photos through windows and subsequently intended to follow the child to the playground. that's his explanation for the level of anger he showed. >> it's hard to defend a guy who wants to be governor and tells a reporter i will take you out. but the full picture here suggests to me, tamron, that there's a lot of bad behavior to go around. who speaks for that 10-year-o
away from me. >> you. [bleep] >> the republican candidate, outspoken buffalo businessman paladino and new york state post editor going head-to-head over paladino's allegations that his democratic opponent andrew cuomo had affairs during his former marriage to carrie kennedy cuomo, robert f. kennedy's daughter. paladino accuses the media of ignoring it, while reporting on his 10-year-old daughter born out of his own admitted affair. >> you are a stacking horse. >> what is the evidence? >> you made the charge. >> i'll take you out, buddy. >> you are going to take me out? >> how are you going to do that? >> watch. >> you're working for cuomo. >> the newspaper is owned by the company that owns this network and he denies doing cuomo's bidding in his coverage. >> the affair story about paladino and cuomo. i had paladino on a radio show i host many times. he was happy to come on. i don't think it's a fair premise. >> the campaign accuses a newspaper of sending a photographer to shoot through the girl's window of their house. the paper says it was not their photographer. in a fox news int
's carl palladino, 33% for rick lazio. this is holding up. karl paladino saying this is an establishment republican. we need a break in the party. the d.c. mayoral race. no results in this one. getting late after 11:00, the democratic republican adrian feinty running against vincent gray. gray says the african-american mayor lost touch with the african-american community. school reform a huge issue. can't tell you anything at this moment. i'm being told we are ready to make a call in the new york republican governor's race. we are ready to make this call. cnn projecting another major upset. carl paladino. cnn projects he will be the republican nominee for mayor defeating the man who was thought to be the favorite rick lazio. karl paladino will face andrew cuomo, the son of the former governor. he will be favored in that race, but, wow, another upset. another message to the republican establishment. we have been talking about how this is a bad year for the democrats come november. what it has been through this primary season is a dramatic soul searching for the republican party. >> john k
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that carl paladino made last night. >> my daughter -- i'll take you out, buddy. >> how you going to do that? >> watch. >> there's more to this tape. by the way, who is this candidate that's threatening to take out people? and all the president's generals. how is president obama working with american generals in afghanistan? who's calling the shots? >>> remember this scene when michele bachmann was so inspired by president bush that she wouldn't let him go? well, she's turned on bush in her latest ad. first, let's check in on the latest polls in the tight races around the country. starting with california. a new poll shows what we've seen. boxer's building a lead over fiorina. looks like a real race with joe miller at 38%. murkowski at 36% and mcadams at 22%. finally, to florida. where marco rubio is pulling away. he's up 13 points over charlie crist with meek way behind. we'll continue to check the scoreboard each night leading up to the election day. >>> now, my interview with former president clinton. i begin by asking him about the negativity that seems to be dominating. let's talk about
night. prilosec otc. heartburn gone. power on. >>> tea party favorite carl paladino isn't pulling punches when it comes to his opponent. he raised all sorts of unproven questions about cuomo's personal life. john harris and chief of politico joins us. look what happened next after that interview was posted on politico. let's watch. >> do you have any evidence to the charge you made, simple question? >> of course i do, you'll get it at the appropriate time. you're not entitled to it. at the appropriate time you'll get it. >> you're his stalking horse, fred. you're his stalk s horse. you're his bird dog. he send another to my daughter's house and i'll take you out. >> how are you going to do that? >> watch. >> you're working for cuomo. you're a terrible journalist. >> thank you very much. >> that was paladino taking on fred dicker, the legendary statehouse reporter in albany for "the new york post." john harris, what does this tell you about the race? >> i was as disappointed as you were, andrea. where's the discussion of entitlement reform? what about taxes? what it shows is someth
, he is the establishment favorite to be the republican candidate, developer carl paladino, very early results here in new york, let's take a look at the numbers. rick lazio trailing, 72% for the tea party candidate, carl paladino at the moment. 28% for rick lazio. just 7% of the vote in there, but on a night like this, we've seen it happen in delaware, it could be happening in new hampshire, we'll keep an eye on new york. >> that's huge, 72%. do we know where that's coming from? are those kind of skewed based on where it's coming from in the state? >> we don't know yet, that's where we're breaking down as they come in. you're in new york city, it's a big diverse state, we have to be very careful when the numbers are in down below 7%. but paladino, a tea party candidate running against the establishment, that's a good start. long way to go. >> do we know about the rangel race? >> haven't seen results on that one yet, and, of course, that is a dramatic primary. he's seeking his 21st term and as you know he's facing a dozen ethics charges here and a shot, a chance, although most people b
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gubinatorial candidate carl paldino and a feisty reporter. paladino will be on this broadcast tomorrow, folks. the breaking news ahead. >> at the appropriate time you'll get it. >> this guy is the attorney general of new york. >> and you're his stalking horse. >> you made the charge. >> you send another goon to my daughter's house and i'll take you out buddy. >> how are you going to do that. >> watch. >> are you threatening me? megyn: fox news alert, brand-new fox news opinion dynamics polls just out, i mean moments ago with stunning numbers on the mood in america. an overwhelming 89%, nearly 9 out of ten people say they are worse off or at best the same as they were two years ago. for a president who ran on hope and change that can't be good news so close to the midterm elections. joining me now susanness streupblg -- susan estridge, a fox news contributor. susan thank you for being here. 37% say they are worse off. 32% say they are the same. 11% say they are better off than two years ago when president obama took office. >> reporter: first of all i'm not sure who the 11% are. i've gone back
. there was a heated exchange between the republican candidate for governor, carl paladino and a reporter for the "new york post." paladino was upset the "post" sent a photographer to the home of a daughter he admitted fathering out o of wedlock then challenger, andrew cuomo, had an extra-marital affair. >> what's the evidence? you sent another goon to my daughter's house and i'll take you out, buddy. >> you are going to take me out? >> yeah.Ñi >> how are you going to do that? >> watch! >> are you threatening me? >> paladino said he would provide proof of an alleged cuomo affair at the apprporiate time. >>> and in the california's governor's race republican candidate meg whitman is denying allegations she employed an illegal immigrant as a housekeeper who worked for her nine years. she says whitman knew she was in the country illegally. all was fine until last year, when whitman considered running for governor and fired her with these words. >> and from now on, you don't know me and i don't know you. you never have seen me, and i have never seen you. do you understand me? >> whitman denies knowing di
no-nonsense stuff demeanor. carl paladino stunned the new york republican establishment crushing former congressman rick lazio by 24 points. 62 to 38%. tea party favorite, paladino promises to change the empire state's politics. >> there is no such thing as democrats versus republicans anymore. it's a ruling class of people versus the people. that's it. we have seen the party label it. we see them everywhere. the ruling class has many of the republican regulars as it does the democratic regulars. they're all feeding at the public trough. >> reporter: new york state republican chairman ed cox who backed lazio now says paladino is a winner. >> in the victory speech last night, a classy speech, he showed he is ready for prime time. a great candidate. >> does he split the party? >> no. the party is getting behind him. >> reporter: paladino mostly spent his own money and calls for cutting taxes by 10%. government spending by 20%. he sparked controversy by saying some prisons could be transformed to dormitories for welfare recipients to get job training and learn personal hygiene. came
, yeah. oem, carl paladino. money as well to spend? >> yes. he starts this general election at a significant disadvantage to andrea cuomo. she's very well known. paladino will use his millions of dollars to define himself and define cuomo. >> rick lazio clearly had the higher name recognition there perhaps because of the race he ran against hillary clinton running for senate the first time around. is that where name recognition will be able to best andrew cuomo over paladino. if they see a name they know, will that trump money? >> name recognition is the name of the game. as we saw in the new york primary where rick lazio lost to paladino. the biggest is outsiders doing very well in republican primaries. that's what paladino is able to use. >> tea party? >> that and saying i have nothing to do with congress. i have nothing to do with the current problem. that's what paladino is able to use and he hopes to use in the general election. >> you have to get off this set. but thanks for joining us here. >> thanks for having me. >> that wraps up this hour. chris jansing takes over
on the battleground story on that. >>> and the tea party governor paladino goes absolutely berserk. he, quote, threat end to take out a reporter. >>> but this is the story that has me fired up tonight. you know i don't know if fired up is the right term here because i think that there is a whole lot of sadness in this story. people are hurting out there. the house and senate packed their bags and left washington until the middle of november. politicians are fighting for their political lives as americans, millions of americans, are fighting just to put food on their table. 99 weeks ago, george w. bush was president. wall street was getting a trillion-dollar bailout and millions of middle-class americans had lost their jobs. 4 million of those people have exhausted their unemployment benefits and have had zero luck getting back into the workforce. and once again, senate republicans have turned their backs on the 99ers. senator debbie stabenow went to the senate floor to try to give these americans 20 additional weeks of benefits to help them out going into the winter. well, republican senator george l
to ask o'donnell about how she is handling campaign money. karl paladino is willing to talk to us. what is up with those racially offensive and pornographic e-mails he used to forward to his friends the republican nominee for governor of new york joins us. >>> a shocking story of a home invasion that turned into multiple murder. a woman telling a bank teller her family is being held hostage and a short time later she is dead and so is her daughter. we begin keeping them honest. tonight she's sharing a forum with her opponent chris coons, in the money race she's raking it in, claiming close to $1 million in contributions in the last 24 hours alone. karl rove who dissed her primary night did something of a 180 today, and long-time supporter sarah palin gave her free advice about only talking to friendly media. watch. >> she's going to have to dismiss that go with her gut, get out there speak to the american people, speak through fox news and let the independents who are tuning in to you, let them know what it is that she stands for. the principles behind her positions. >> it used to be ne
'reilly factor" is on. tonight -- >> i'll clean out albany with a base bat. >> tough guy carl paladino, a tea party favorite is six points behind andrew cuomo in the new york gubernatorial race. that is shocking. we'll tell you why it is happening. do you, jon stewart have obama remorse? there was a sense that oh, jesus will walk on water but now you're looking at me like oh, look at that, he's just treading water. >> laura ingraham watched the stewart-o'reilly shootout very closely last night and had some critiques. uh-oh! also tonight, police taze some men who led them on a high speed chase in florida. >> one person running. >> and now the cops may be in trouble. megan kelly has been investigating. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now! >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. a shocking political poll in new york state. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. conservative carl paladino backed by the tea party is running for governor against new york attorney general andrew cuomo whose father used to be the gover
the other big upset winner, carl paladino, is he willing to talk, joining us live tonight, sending out letters to potential voters who literally smell of garbage. who's behind the junk mail, and what's up with the e-mails he used to forward to his friends. we'll talk to him, republican nominee join us. >>> and a shocking story of a home invasion that turned into multiple murder. newly released video of a woman telling a bank teller her family is being held hostage and a short time later she's dead and so are her two daughters. we'll take you into the courtroom. >>> we begin with keeping them honest with the tea party sensation, delaware's gop senatorial nominee christine o'donnell. she's trailing chris coons but in the money race she's raking it in, claiming close to $1 million in contributions in the last 24 hours alone. karl rove who dissed her primary night did something of a 180 today, and long-time supporter sarah palin gave her free advice about only talking to friendly media. watch. >> she's going to have to dismiss that go with her gut, get out there speak to the american peopl
party backed republican candidate carl paladino didn't take kindly to new york post reporter fred dicker asking him to prove that andrew kwoe ma had extramarital affairs. >>> kate snow has been covering the campaign. kate, i know you spoke with carl paladino before this altercation occurred last night. i know you asked him about what time of candidate is his passion, perhaps whether he's an angry man. let's listen to that first. >> sure. >> you said you're not politically correct? >> i'm not intimidatable, either. but i am angry. that's okay. it's all right to show people that you're angry. kate, he is not backing away from that he's angry. some voters like that. what about these charges, though? are they going to offer up proof or continue to put rumors out about the opponent? >> i don't know when. you heard him say at some point they'll offer proof for what they're throwing out there. of course, reporters want evidence. if you're going to make a charge against someone's family about their personal business. the other thing he was referring to, though, and he mentioned this to me when i
candidate paladino went after it after he was asked to prove his accusation that andrew cuomo had extra marital affairs. look at what happened. >> do you have any evidence? >> of course i do. at the appropriate time, you'll get it. >> what's the evidence? >> you're his bird dog. you send another goon to my daughter's house and i'll take you out. >> you're going to take me out? >> watch. >> i covered politics in new york for many, many years as a local reporter, a tenacious reporter but, wow, to say take you out is really something unlike i've heard. what happened here? >> i think there were two things sort of driving. you know, carl paladino, this is the guy who opened his victory speech on primary night saying i'm mad as hell. he's used very blunt, emotional rhetoric. his calling card is anger and rage. i think the two things going on here is fred dicker from "the new york post" they sent a photographer and reporter to the home of paladino's 10-year-old daughter, the daughter he fathered out of wedlock. the second thing is, as you can see here, he's calling dicker cuomo's bird dog and
prevailed in new york state, too. carl paladino who beat out congressman rick lassio. norah o'donnell is breaking down the winners and losers. all right, certainly wasn't dull last night. let's start in delaware. so, you've got, you've got this christine o'donnell who, for a lot of people, it seemed, came out of no where. she beat a guy who had all the experience, had quite a bit of money, what happened there? >> well, now you have the republican hopes of winning joe biden's seat shattered. i mean, she is not the republican's dream candidate. she is their nightmare candidate. the state gop chair in delaware has called her dilutional and said she cannot be elected a dogcatcher. there are a lot of enraged and stunned republicans here in washington. saying privately they will probably not pour any money into that race and it's done and it's now likely the democrats will hold that seat and hold on to joe biden's seat. i think what's also stunning about it. not only it shows the power of the tea party and palin-endorsed candidate, but also what christine od'donnell herself sad this
, who had a lock on the senate race just weeks ago. >> in new york, carl paladino rushed his opponent for governor, rick lazio, who had the gop's backing. >> kelly ayotte, is in a neck and neck fight with ovide lamontagne. >> for details on these and other races, emily schmidt has been tracking the overnight numbers. >> reporter: good morning to you. usually, the day after the primary, we are talking about the matchups set between republicans and democrats. but this morning, it's a different story. it's a difference between the tea party surge and the republican establishment. last night, the tea party pulled off some huge surprises. one of the nation's smallest states is now home to one of the year's largest political upsets. >> no more politics as usual. >> reporter: christine o'donnell, a candidate who had run and lost twice for senate before, won this time. she beat long-term congressman and political moderate, mike castle, with the backing of the tea party and sarah palin. >> thank you, governor palin, for your endorsement. >> the voters of the republican primary have spoken. and
's a cuomo. he's status cuomo according to mr. paladino. the republican nominee have making a race of it by having this saying -- he's mad as hell and he's very rich. he showed how mad he was yesterday. >> he was. he got into it with a reporter. well known reporter here in new york who has been covering politics for many, many years. this confrontation, though, maybe hasn't seen in his entire career. watch this. >> i want to know why you sent your goons after my daughter. i want to know. i want to know. >> charge against cuomo, do you have any evidence or do you not? >> i will at the appropriate time -- >> yes, i do. >> how can you say that -- >> oh, i have a daughter, too! >> you talked about her. >> i have a daughter! >> brought it out. that's it. >> stay away from me. [beep]. >> what evidence do you have? >> listen, you want to hear -- >> you're someone that goes after my daughter? say it one more time. you're his bird dog. >> you send another goon to my daughter's house and i'll take you out, buddy. >> how are you going to do that? >> watch. >> just watch, the guy that
novice carl paladino win the republican nomination for governor and now it's put him within striking distance of democrat andrew cuomo. in a new poll out today, paladino trails cuomo among likely voters by just six points. and tea partiers pick paladino over cuomo 4-1. now, keep in mind, the tea party is not actually a political party, it's a movement with any number of leaders, including people like sal russo. ben tracy now on the man who's helped brew a revolution. >> reporter: the tea party prides itself on its grass roots a movement with no master. but when it comes to winning, 63-year-old sal russo may be the man behind the curtain. >> we've got to get everybody on the right page that growing the government, spending money that we don't have is the wrong answer. >> reporter: russo has been a republican strategist since the 1970s. now he heads the tea party express, run out of this office in sacramento, california. >> the tea party express and mark levin support common sense conservative christine o'donnell. >> reporter: russo's group has produced more than 24 t.v. ads, joined fo
're awake this hour or do what carl paladino does. we'll read your responses later in the show. the next 30 minutes is the cram session for this thursday, the last day of september the 30th. a lot going on today including president obama facing tough questions at a backyard barbecue in iowa. plus another devastating blow to america's future as snooki gets a book deal. what kind of wisdom can we ex-is s. pekt from the poughkeepsie poof? >>> first the news live at 5:30 a.m. the race for governor in new york is getting personal. republican candidate carl paladino is accusing andrew cuomo of being unfaithful to his wife years ago. he made the claims minutes after angrily declaring that his 10-year-old daughter from his own affair ten years ago was off limits to the press. politico quotes him as saying has anybody asked andrew cuomo about his paramours when he was married or asked him why his wife left him or threw him out of the house? has anyone ever done that? why are they in truding on my life? he offered no support for that and last night he nearly came to blows with a new york post reporte
back and forth and a confrontation that got really personal. that candidate, carl paladino, has admitted his own infidelity and just accused his opponent of cheating with no proof. that's what set off this fight. but the bigger picture is how many voters and candidat have been losing their cool. anger management is not required or even expected this year. >> you're his bird dog. >> reporter: tea party republicanarl paladino, unloaded on a reporter with a list of grievances in his race for new york govnor. >> you send another goon to my daughter's house i'll take you out, buddy. >> how are you going to do that? >> watch. >> reporter: around the country, thusual boundaries keep getting crossed as candidates sound off and act out voter's penlts up anger. >> i will hit the ground running, and come out swinging. >> reporter: in maine, a candidate for governor lashed out at the president. >> you're going to be seeing a t of me on the front page telling obama to go to hell. >> reporter: and democrats like congressman anthony wiener have boiled over, too. >> the gentleman will observe r
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